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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, - JUNE 10,-1917
PAGE SIX Fair Treatment WO? N ifl H rl K IK U Cwi T. CV J.VJL JMJLV V GOVERNOR HAS RINGING WORDS FOR GRADUATES E3 W SarfB W RallM U RUSH I'XRg3inniH. BLACK SAFITYxTREAD.TIRES err. flfl P fVS 1 ivljf mmimrm Jh&&f&; f Where You 11 ru--My iStgmf Find Me h if td i II Schweitzer Machine Company Best Equipped Shop in Southwest Free inspection of Any Battery at Any Time 25-334 East Washington Street Phone 1567 wmm L !i s?N Jtnl Sti-v ".Ov u . .rraiwiiirg-r' ii 1 1 mi i nil i am 1 1 i i ILLIONS of miles of roughing it over the worst roads of our country produce Goodrich Black Safety Treads the TESTED TIRES of America. Millions of miles of mauling against the teeth of the road confirm Goodrich's UNIT MOLD, unbroken cure, as the BEST construction for fabric tires. Millions of miles ground over sand, rock and gravel by Goodrich's- Six Fleets of Test Cars eliminate the RISK, preserve the BEST, in tires for you. ' Millions of miles whirled off by the jlix fleet amidst New England hil'is, the pine lands of Dixie, ths peaks of Yellowstone and Glacier Parks, on the plains of Kansas, beside the Minnesota lakes, and along the Pacific Coast make Goodrich Tires TESTED by ALL America, Get the benefit of the lessons of these mil lions of miles of tire testing only the BEST survives THE TEST in Goodrich, matchless fabric tires Black Safety Treads. THEB. F. GOODRICH CO. Akron, Ohio Goodrich also makes the famous Pil vertown Cord Tires, which won te Too Sot Thi. Sign 1:3 Goodrich Tin. mStouod , AdLVnrMBteThca the 1916 Itacing Championship Also Ihe Dcsl Tubes Brown and Cray 1st St. and Monroe Phone 1838 I'm the Willard Service Station Man and you'll know my place of business by the red and white Willard Service Station sign. I'm Willard working for you, helping you to look after your batteries keep ing you out of battery trouble or help ing you out when you fall into it. I have the equipment and the intimate knowledge of batteries necessary to give you the best repair and recharging serv ice. And you don't lose the use of your machine while I'm doing the work for I have a rental battery for you whatever the make or model of your car. Come in and get acquainted, and while you're in ask for your Willard Service Card which entitles you to free testing. 1 ;. STORAGE 1 BATTERY ?1 V. torn One of the striking addresses of the graduating season was the one de livered on Friday evening at Tcmpe to the normal school graduates, by I Governor Thomas B. Campbell. Cov . einor Campbell tmld: ' To the students here assembled I I wish, first, to express my grateful j thanks for the privileee and honor 1 : am accorded in addressing you upon this very momentous occasion. jei rne assure you that the heavy pressure of political affairs has not crushed out my academic instincts, and to meet such a large assembly of studentr and to discourse to them of matters affecting: theiK fului, is, a most wel- ! come interim' in these other occu- i pntions. The greatest glory of a state I is in the ed ucation of its people. The J institution from which you yotinst I men and young women are gratUitu- j lng, is a state Institution and if, as : 'charge d'affaires' of the state. I j should be able to give you a thousht I or suggestion which might aid you in your life work, my pleasure in being here tonight will be greatly enhanced. 1 The classes of J917 that are being j graduated into the life of this nation, I are facing; a graver situation than has j fallen to the lot of those "commenc ing" the'r life careers for many years. I The tvants of this particular year are indeed very special and very urgent. I ! The changes that have taken place j among us within the compass of a ! generation, as to the external and i material condition of life, have been i far greater changes than in anv -pre vious period of our history. In our laws we have become more progres sive; our mode of living has reached ! such a velocity as to portend a plunge j into a dangerous abyss. The wealth j of the nation has increased with such I stride that no statistics can announce ) it. We are satiated,, intoxicated with ! success. Wc had begun to forset the j duties which belong to a great and j successful nation until an alarm I j sounded and we were awakened to the j ! gravity of a very critical situation. ' : Never before in our history have we j j needed the contemplative, thoughtful. I intelligent devotion of every American j I as v.e do today, with practically the j i entire world depending on us for food, I j and bleeding humanity with its arms j j outstretched to us for help. ' The world is learning, largely I through American experience, that ! ireciiom in the foim of government is no guarantee against abuse, tyranny, ; cruelty and greed. The old sufferings, I the old passion's are still in full blasi among us. What, then, are the ad- j vantages of self-government? The ' chief advantage is, that self-govern- ! ment enables a man in his youth, in i his own town, within the radius of i his first public interests, to fight the important battle of his life while his i powers are at their strongest, and the ' Powers of oppression are at their ; weakest. Democracy lets character ' , loose upon society and shows us that ; : in the realm of natural law there is ; 1 nothing either small or' great; and I this is tire chief value of democracy. ; In America the young man and the i I youn? woman meets the struggle be- j . tween good and evil in the earliest j form in which it was ever laid befoi. men. The cruelties of interest :.nd of ! custom have with us no artificial as- sistance from caste, creed or race j prejudice. Our form of government is drawn in close accordance with the j laws of nature. By our national docu ; ments we are dedicated to mankind. 1 and hence it is that we can so easily ' feel the pulse of the world and lay I our hand on the living organism of humanity. e hold that the slate is , i strong in the proportion in which ev- j ery individual in tnat state is free, large, independent. The ohiect of our American education is not like that I of so many of the foreign nations. ' to educate the favored higher classes higher; we are not educating the top; we aro educating society from the j bottom to the top: we are not at- ! tempting to give to those who al- I I ready have, we are attempting to out ' I hands under thi fo ind.itions of'hu-i man life and lift everybody up. Every ' I American should be nroud of the ef- ! ; forts which this nation offers, the ! , highest and broadest liberal educa ' tion, rather than what the Germans I call "a bread and butter education." In the affairs of our state and our nation we find it important to edu cate our masses because from them come our administrators, our law Quakers, our leaders. We do not in herit political responsibilities through tamuy as in many other countries. Any of you young men may be called into administration. With us adminis tration is not government. With us the people govern actually, not by proxy. Presidents, governors, secre taries and senators are -merely the ! clerks and messengers of the great I nass of people and if from this great ' mass we are to draw our adininistrat- j ors. it well behooves us o look to the state of ignorance or education of i those masses, and the manner in which we, must reach those masses is through leaders, and you, young men. and you, young women, must be the chosen ones to eliminate- this ignor ance that is the cause of all the evils and vices of the world today. In those of you who have the princelv gift of education and it does not matter whether you go to the wilderness of Lake Superior, the most crowded ward in New York or the erstwhile desert of Arizona in you lies the responsi bility of the uplifting of thisvnation. I have touched only li -htly on the moral side of the great office for which this state and your country have trained you. - Now I shall ad- irtonish you that there is an obliga tion on your part toward that coun try and that state. In mere gratitude to such a nation and such a state you owe. your lives long, something to their service, it is the duty first, of every one of you, to level up from the first moment, the public advancement of the place where you live; the coun try school, the high school, the col lege, the public library these live and grow or starve and die according as you determine. You and those others who have received what you have re ceived from the lavish love of the state and the nation. "Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might." No work is worth doing badly. He who puts forth his best ef fort in behalf of the task that comes to him will surelv outstrip the man who waits for the great opportunity before he condescends to exert him self. If the duty at hand calls you to the border, instead of the officers training camps, bear well in mind that the duty- at hand is the patriotic duty for you to do. As you work in the home intrusted to you to make its future belter, than its present, to make it true to the idea which th ancients called the "city of God." see that in your own'examples every- lit tle plan of social life, every scrap pf copy you might write for the village newspaoer, every word you apeak in the daily exchange of ideas on the streets and in the club, every hint you drop, very joke intended to bring 'forth a laugh, every plan you form for more spirited social order, are all TWENTY PER CENT. ADVANCE IN PRICE OWING to increased cost of raw materials the price of PULLMAN AUTOMOBILES now $860 will be ad vanced twenty per cent.. July 15. Prices of steel, iron, rubber, copper, leather and other materials have been steadily climbing and continue to rise. The 1 9 1 7 PULLMAN has been built, from materials pur chased at prices prevailing one year ago. When this material is consumed the price of finished cars must, of necessity be advanced to meet, the increased cost of manufacture. The PULLMAN AUTOMOBILE at, $860 is the biggest, value on the market, today and will be a twenty per cent,, bigger value sixty days hence. Five million readers in all parts of the United States will see this announcement.. Only a few cars are available at, the present, price of $86 Only one person in- thousands may enjoy this ad vantage. If you want, to make twenty per cent,, profit, on your investment, act, at, once. Tomorrow may be too late. S. H. BLACKBURN CO. mi 219 West Washington St. Pullman Motor Car Corporation, York. Pennsylvania nfill F"'gW h 32H.P.For-CyHnd.rMotor W H ii! ' !. Five-Pwsengor II 1 14-Inch Wheelbas j , ji aimed and shot home for the purity of the -moral atmosphere of the town or the city in which yon live. it. is all that boys and men, girls and wom imi. may oe mole manly and mure womanly. You stand for the truth be fore this land. You are men and wom en liberally trained ayd because' of hwt. nvory man's eve shall lie upon you. Make it your dut - then, to carry wneiever you go, be it to the ranch, be it to the mine, be it to the cotton plantation the spirit ant! the thorough ness of this education which has been ihe gift of your state ind your na- ion. Patriotism depends on the pur suit of common interests the advance of a common independence and the love of common liberties. Your edu cating stands a monument to all these 'things and in the proportion that you give of -our love and your zeal to your country, in that propor tion are you grateful for what this state and this nation have done for you. in that proportion are vyou patriots. FORD ACCESSORY DEPARTMENT IS i! BEING ENLARGED The accessory department at the ! Ford service station on East Adams : street is undegoing a complete re modeling with the end in view of hi i creasing facilities to give the best pos- sible service to Ford owners, j Several large filing cabin.ets arejie ' ing added to the department so that 1 much additional stock in Ford parts Our Problem Has Always Been One of Getting Them-Never One of Selling Since the inception of the business the demand has exceeded the supply. A good many times we have , been sold out of ne wears and always sold ahead. This applies to all models of Buicks and Jordans. It's the stability of these cars that creates the demand. So much for these wonderful cars each in their class which have been mar , velously developed. " . . We accept used cars from owners as rapidly as new car orders can be filled. Every used car that we offer means a new, satisfied customer. Our rental purchase plan allows a family to save what the motor car costs if it must save. Buick 1915 37 Touring Car $600 Buick 1915 25 Touring Car . $450 Buick 1914 24 Roadster $300 Maxwell 1916 Touring $400 ' Maxwell 1914 Touring $150 Cole 1916 8 Touring, 7-passenger $1000 Cadillac 1914 Touring, 7-passenger $500 Hudson 1913 Touring .$300 Hupmobile 1914 Touring $300 Chevrolet 1916 Touring, Baby Grand $400 Studebaker 1917 Touring, 7-passenger $550 ; v' Studebaker 1915 Touring, 5-passenger .............. v . $400 -. BABBITT-POLSON CO. 407 Washington St. ;. " ; C. W. Woodbury, Mgr. in Phone 1083 can be kept on hand. The stock capac ity of the department is almost dou bled. With the increase of stock room, it will hereafter be possible for the serv ice .len.-ntment to give better and quicker service to I-ora owners hi hub mm u nit'-. CALIFORNIA MILITARY ACADEMY Los Angeles, Cal. Por boys from 6 to 15. 11th year. New buildings, iarge campus, fine gymnasium. Home training with firm, kind discipline. Summer session: .lune 18 to Sept. 18. Half-day instruction. One month's vacation at Beach under careful supervision. Rates for rummer: $26 per month. T 5?